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WinterthurIl mondo della lunaNew production

Haydn: Il mondo della luna
Joseph Bastian; Tomo Sugao; Zurich Opera; Paul Zoller; Michaela Barth; Dino Strucken; Fabio Dietsche
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Sanderling conducts seldom performed Russian scores in Winterthur

Ilya Gringolts is the soloist is Sergei Taneyev's Concert Suite, the composer's only concertante work for violin.
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In Winterthur, a Beethoven Second Symphony perfect for toasting!

If there had been an audience, they would have toasted the concert with the Kölsch beers the composer loved best.
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Anneleen Lenaerts gives a polished debut for Winterthur's new harp

The Vienna Philharmonic's harpist inaugurates the new instrument at Musikkollegium Winterthur, putting it through its pace in Mozart and Debussy.
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Intrigue, disguise and the damnation of ageing

The renowned IOS is geared to young singers of fine merit and talent. It recently premiered a new production of Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia near Zurich.
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Sculpture and 3.5 tonnes of clay in Zurich

Members of the GöteborgsOperans dance company, along with members of choreographer Sidu Larbi Cherkaoui’s own Eastman ensemble, recently danced a joint venture of an extraordinary kind in Winterthur. 
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Vaudeville and validation in Ravel double bill

In the nearby city of Winterthur, Zurich’s fine International Opera Studio (IOS) recently premiered two short operas by Maurice Ravel, a flashy L’Heure espagnole and a lyrical L’Enfant et les sortilèges.
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